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Nevin Concert Co
Amerrenn music will be a fenture
Company, the well-known nrtlst-ehtort
Representative compositions of th
Nevin, will form the basis of the prog
by vocal and instrumental numbers ai
which will be presented Iii costume.
The Nevins are an experienced co:
has toured in all parts of the country i
did success. Theil' numerous instrunu
musical favorites of permanent popular
in the Community.
EH. A. ADRIAN
TO LECTURE HERE
Will Tell Audience of "The Won
ders of Burbank."
Address, Will Set Forth Powerfully
Achievements of the Great Plant
The marvelous achievements of
Luther Burbank, the plant wizard, will
be powerfully set forth nt thc coming
Redpath Chautauqua by Or. Henry A.
Adrian, friend and co-worker of Bur
Po"?nr Adrian will entry ??Ith him
Fmeclmwjs >>f the now plants am) tm
pioW'i varieties that Mi. Burbank (ian
DR. HENRY A. ADRIAN
produced. Ho will also tell of the
astonishing wonders that Mr. Burbank
is working today.
Doctor Adrian uses tho development
of plant life ns n plea for tho develop
ment of child life ns well-for cleaner
and better homos and for better heroes
to place before our school children.
According to Doctor Adrian, the
achievements of Thomas A. Edison and
Luther Burbank placo them among oui
grentest heroes today.
CHAUTAUQUA DATES FOR
WEEK <>K JUNE 15th to 20th.
Egyptian law gave married women
control over their own property.
Tho tri plo crown of tho pope typi
fies his three-fold olllco as teachor,
lawyer and judge.
Of the bonus money paid by tho
State of Ohio to her former soldiers,
43 per cent of tho mon aro putting
their savings in banks.
Trench maps, which were printed
for military uso on strong canvas,
ero now being used in England to
make inner soles for tennis shoos.
DYED HER STOCKINGS
AND SKIRT TO MATCH.
Evory "Diamond Dyes" packngo
tolls how to dyo or tint any worn,
faded garment or drapory a now, rich
color that^wlll not streak, spot, fade
or run. Perfect home dyoing is guar
anteed with Diamond Dyes ovon if
you have never dyed boforo. Just toll
your druggist whothor tho material
you wish to dyo Is wool or silk, or
whothor it is linen, cotton or mixod
goods. For flfty-ono years millions
of women havo been using "Diamond
Dyes" to add years of wear to their
old, shabby waists, skirts, drosses,
coats, sweators, stockings, draporlos.
?re at Chautauqua
on tlie programs of the Nevin Concert
ni?era who will appear at the coming
o great American composer, Ethelbert
rums which ure delightfully diversified
id clever character sketches, many of
ncert and entertainment company that
mder Redpath management with splcn
sntal and vocal numbers selected from
ity will bo enjoyed by every hulividrvnt
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This unusual warning sign was
lound on a road at tho foot of the
Rookies, It is ono well calculated to
make a driver slack up and take no
tice, or show himself to be the fool.
Ho may havo confidence in his abil
ity to avoid running into another
car, but howovor skilful a driver ho
may be, if tlicre is a fool in tho other
; car his efforts to escape a collision
j may bo futile.
j Every driver should boar In mind
j that ho may meet a fool on any part
of tho road-in fact, that the hlgh
j speed fool is moro likely to bo eu
ivoi peered < J Uni Hfal?hj it.vot.ehes.
; )i h. true, too, that those met on tuc
road ;',:'V hoi "O f hoi's, tun merely
slow? witted mo tor irst s or pedestrians.
ino mvubUgcUiun ot Mary mud's
Slnto Road Commission shows that
5)0 per cent of the accidents that hap
pen to motorists arc due to the ono
causo - speeding. Most disasters
havo occurred on straight portions
of the road, at places always consid
ered safe, while sections of road
commonly regarded as extremely
dangerous have been relatively free
from accidents. On roads with steep
grades and numerous curves the ac
cidents havo been few and not seri
ous, and thc accidents have boen
fewer, too, where tho traffic density
lt is clear from tho ovidenco that
oven the loss careful motorists drive
cautiously in tho presenco of recog
nized danger, such as stoop grades,
sharp curves, rough surface, etc.
Tho absonco of such dangerous fea
tures gives tho drivor a sense of se
curity which nllows him to yield to
tho well-nigh universal passion for
, Experience provos that no road Is
safo without discretion in the driver.
Horsepower hi tho car nod horse
senso in tho driver mako tho safe
"Regard for tho rights of others on
tao road is the oil of good fellow
ship. Keep your can filled."
BRADLEY IX CHARGE OF STATE
Income Tax Collections-3, F. Jones
Succeeds Mr. Bradley.
! Columbia, ?May 2;i.-VV. R. Brad
ley, who retired as acting collector
of internal rovenuo yesterday morn
ing, boca mo director of tho income
tax division of tho South Carolina
Tax Commission. Mr. Bradley has
turned over the ofilce of internal rev
enue collector to Major 'John SF.
Jones, of Blacksburg, tho change
taking placo prior to tho opening of
Following tho transfer of the of
llco to Major Jones, Mr, Bradley bo
gan his duties as director of tho
Stato incomo tax work during tho
morning. 'Ho was appointed to tho
now placo by tho South Carolina Tax
Commission, of walch Walter G.
Query is chairman.
Tho Tax Commission has hold the
placo of diroctor of tho incomo tax
division open for sovoral weeks, re
alizing that in obtaining tho sorvicos
of Mr. Bradloy tho commission would
havo a man thoroughly familiar with
tho work. Soon aftor tho passage of
tho State incomo tax act tho commis
PEN. DEATH HOUSE NOW'FULL.
Each of hot Six Cells Now Occupied,
by Condemned Mon.
Columbia, May 24.-"I guess they
will clean this place out spon."
The speaker looked through the
bars of his death coll in thc peniten
tiary, and to a reporter who stood
on tho outside ho spoke of the plans
for sending him and the ilvo other
prisoners ia the death house to the
The death houso is full-one man
to each of the six colls. The roll-call
of those prisoners is: E. M. Jeffords,
Ira Harrison, S. J. Kirby, C. O. Fox,
Jesse Gappins and Edmund Bigham.
This correspondent talked to all
of them, and here's tho pago from
tho reporter's diary:
Jeffords entered tho death coll last
Saturday, to dio on Juno 15 for the
murder of J. C. Arnette, his partner
in tho operation of a Main street fill
ing station in Columbia. "I don't
want to say anything moro about my
caso yet," he said, when tho reporter
drew him into conversation.
Ira Harrison.-Also sent up for
the Arnette murder, and sentenced
to die the same day that Jeffords will
ray Hie penalty for his crime. He
said: "I told tho truth on tho wit
ness stand when I told how we killed
Arnette. I feel better because I told
tho truth. I am now looking to tho
future, and I believe God can forgive
sins, f wish I bad not done it, and
if 1 had my chance over again' 1
would not do it."
Jesse Gappins.-Sent up with Fox
and Kirby for tho murder of William
Brazell, Columbia taxi driver. Gap
pins said: "I never had a part in
killing Brazell, except lo help dis
pose of the body. Mr. Kirby took us
out on the Augusta road, and he told
me to kill Brazen. 1 told him thut I
would not do it, and then he made
Fox kill him. Kirby said, 'We have
lo have that automobilo'."
S. J. Kirby.-"That boy has lo face
his God as well as I do, and he'll
have to toll that story at the judg
ment bar." Kirby then opened up
into a story of how ho had cut up
some machinery at a mill where he
worked hore and of being under
guard for months because of his men
tal condition, these remarks being
aimed at conveying the impression
that ho is unbalanced.
C. O. Fox.-"I told tho truth on
tho stand. I wouldn't He to save my
neck. I'd rather, die than jro live with
a. conscience guilty pf such a crime."
Edmund Bigham.---"1 not only say
i; yet that i tn not guilty, but l nn\
not guilty. 1 never expect to ,;o
"Round yonder" is the big steel
door leading from tho death house
corridor to tho little auditorium in
whoso center stands tho big oak
chair with wires connecting it with
the city's power plant, whore, on the
loth gf Juno, Jeffords and Harrison
will take their seats, never to rise
again, and where, also this summer,
Kirby,, Fox and Gappins will proba- ;
lily spend their last minutes. In the :
words of Kirby, the death house will
likely bo "cleaned out" this summon
Jeffords und Harrison, tho lntos\
additions to the death house popula
tion, aro very calm. Jeffords spoke
to this correspondent with tho same
firmness in his voice that character
ized tho testimony ho gave last Sat
urday, when ho declared that ho
never struck 'Arnetto, and when ho
gavo tho Ho on the witness stand to
ofilcors of the law, who ahead of him
had testified that tho throe mon con
fessed to killing Arnetto. Harrison
hos a slight tremor In his voice,
however, as ho tells of what he did.
Harrison is 21 years of age.
Over in tho main prison building
Is Trence, the 22-yenr-old member of
tho trio, who got a lifo sentence. Ho
wears the blue denim suit that will
be his gnrb for the rest of his life.
"Didn't you got off llghtor than
you expected?" tho reporter asked of
Treoco. "I can't say that I did," was
ITavo n Complexion Smooth Uko
Satin.-""?Magnolia Balm is as balmy
as its name-Soothing, cooling, ab
solutely delightful. No other prepa
ration has agreed with my skin or
given me tho smooth, satiny feeling
that comos with tho uso of Hagan's
Magnolia Balm. Mr. Brunt, who has
tho largest drug store bore, soll3 it
regularly and recommends it highly.
Yours truly, (signed) Mrs.Alico Cox,
1120 Lane St., Topeka, Kansas."
This liquid face and toilot powder
beautifies instantly. Brunette, whito,
pink, rose-red. 75 cents at druggists
or by mail. Lyon Mfg. Co., 4 2 S.Flfth
St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-adv.
sion In casting about for a man to
tako Charge of tho work, offered tho
placo to Mr. Bradley, but ho was not
able to accept the directorship at
that time. However, ho gavo tho
commission assurances that ho would
tako up tho work later when ho was
relieved as acting collector, and tho
commission doclded to await his ac
ceptance of tho directorship, which
was given a few days ago.
MIG MEN AT S. S. CONVENTION.
.Superintendent l'aimer Announces
Sonic of tho Headliners.
Spartanburg, iMay 26. - Special:
Announcement has just been ma.de
hore that a number of "big mon" of
several denominations are to have a
place on the program of tho State
Convention of tho South Carolina
Sunday School Convention, which is
lo moot at tho University of South
Carolina, Columbia, for a throe-day
session, beginning .lune 20. 'Among
those who aro to be convention head
liners aro Dr. D. W. Daniel, of doni
son 'College, ono of tho leading Meth
odists of tho State, and Dr. W. J.
McGlothlin, president of 'Eumina
University, Greenville, who is also
president of tho general board of tho
Baptist State Convention. Dr. Mc
Glothlin is also vice chairman of tho
educational committee of tho South
Carolina Sunday School Association.
Among tho other prominent relig
ious loaders who will address tho
convention aro: 'Bishop Kirkman G.
Finlay, of tho Episcopal church; Dr.
W. H. Hudson, returned missionary
from China and moderator of tho
Presbyterian Church Synod of South
Carolina, nnd Dr. S. J, Derrick, pres
ident of Newberry College (Luther
an ), Newberry.
James Fenimore Cooper was 31
years old when his first novel was
One of the odd facts lil connection
with snow crystals ls that practically
all of the hundreds bf different vari
eties are hexagonal in form.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly
influenced by constitutional con
ditions. HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE is a Tonic and Blood
Purifier, ,By cleansing thc blood and
bu i ld' np the System, HALL'S
OAT. litUI MEDICINE restores
norm, conditions and allows Na
jj?re ilo its work.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
JA - U!uney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
SV8.. .star's Sales
STAT!-: OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP OCONEE.
? In Court of Common Pleas.
Puivnant to decrees of th? afore
said CuUotf ?jij the naso?, named be
low, I will ofter for sale, to Wie high
est bidder, In front of the Coure
' or, ?it VValh?Ila, South Car
olin , on MONDAY, the '6th day of
JtUNfi}', 10 2*2, between the legal hours
of nile, the tracts and lots of land
V. M. Babb, Plaintiff,
Mary L. Cary and Whitnor L. Cary,
AH those lots of land, situato in
the 00 un ty of Oconec. State of South
Ci : lina, within or near the corpo
rt I.? limils of the Town of Seneca,
bi Numbers 1 to 8, inclusivo, in
A, according to a plat of tho
I i ol' John C. Cary, made by R.
I.. Hon. April, 1021, and having
Ho- '..liowing metes and hounds, ac
. IT. '.i said plat: Beginning" nt
(lt at tho cornor of S. 4til and S.
I Si roots and running thence
& D?p?t Street, S. 6.20 E. 4 18
feet to a point at tho southeast cor
ner of said Lot No. 8 on S. 6th
S'reot; thence with last named street
and lino of Lot No. 8 S. 83.4 0 W. 200
feet to southwest comer of said lot;
tlienco N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to a point
on S. 4th Street; thence with last
named street and lino of Lot No. 1,
200 feet to tho beginning. These be
ing part of tho lands devised to. tho
Defendants under tho will of tho
said John C. Cary.
All those lots of land, situate in
tho County of Oconee, in tho Stato
aforesaid, within or nour tho corpo
rate limits of tho Town of Seneca,
and being numbered 1 to l l, inclu
sive, in Block B, according to a plat
of tho Estato of John C. Cary, made
by R. 10; Dalton, April, 1021, having
tho following metes and bounds, as
shown by said plat: Beginning at a
pol lit at tho northeastern cornor of
said Lot No. 14 and at the intersec
tion of S. 6th and S. Depot Streets,
and running thonco with last named
street S. 6.20 E. 418 feet, to south
east corner of Lot No. 7 ; thence with
lines of Lots No. 7 and No. 6 and
with S. 6th Street S. 83.40 W. 4 18
feet to a point on S.Townvlllo Street;
thence with said S. Townvtlle Street
.N. 0.20 W. 313.5 feet to northwest
(omer of Lot No. 1 ; thence with lino
of Lot No. 1, N. 83.40 E. 200 foot to
a point at tho intersection of Lots
Nos. 1, 12 and 13; thence* N. 6.20 W.
104.6 foot to S. 6th Stroot; thonco
wi'h said stroot and with line of Lot
No. 14, 200 foot to tho beginning.
Theso lots being part of tho lands
devised to Mary L. Cary and Whittier
L. Cary under tho will of John C.
All thoso lots of land situate in tho
Stato aforosaid, in Oconeo County,
nnd within or near tho corporate
limits of the Town of Seneca, desig
nated as Lots Nos. 1 to 12, Inclusivo,
In Block C, on a plat of tho lands of
John C. Cary, made by R. E. Dalton,
April, 1921, and having tho follow
ing motes and bounds, as shown by
said plat: Beginning at a point at
intersection of S. Depot and S. 6th
Streets, boing a corner of said Lot.
No. 12, and running thence with S.
Depot Street S. 6.20 E. 418 feet to
S. 7 th Stroot; thenco with last namod
street and lines of Lots 5 and 4 S.
83.40 W. 418 foot to S. Townville
Stroot; thence with S. Towuvillo
Streot N. 6.20 W. 20? foot to north
west cornor of Lot No. 1; thence
with Uno of Lot No. 1 N. 83.40 E.
209 feet to joint corners of Lots 1,
8 and 9; thenco with linos of Lots 9,
10, ll and 12, N. 6.20 W. 209 foot
to S. 6th Streot; thenco with last
named streot N. 83.40 E. 209 feet to
tim beginning, Those lots being part
of tho lands dovlsed to said Defend
ants under tho will of John C. Cary.
No. 4. uv %
AU thoso parcels or lots of land,
situate in tho County of Oconeo, in
tho Slate aforesaid, mid within or
near tho corporate limits of tho Town
of Seneca, being designated as Lots
1 to 10, inclusivo, In Block D, ac
cording to a plat made by R. E. Dal
ton, April, 1921, of lands-of tho Es
tato of John C. Cary, and having
tho following motes and bounds, as
shown by said plat: Beginning at a
point, northwest corner of Lot No;
1 nnd nt tho intersection of S. Towu
villo and S. 7th Stroots, nnd running
thenco with S. 7th Streot and with
linos of said Lots 1 and 10 N. 83.40
E. 418 feet to a point at tho inter
section of last namod stroot and S.
Depot Street; thence with S. Depot
Streot S. 20 E. 236.8 foot to south
east cornor of Lot No. 6; thonco with
lino of Lots No. 6 and No. 5, S. 64.30
W. 294.4 foot to S. Townville
Street; thonco with snid street and
line ot Lot No. 5 N. 58.02 W. 17S
foot to a point in linc of Lot "> ;
thence X. 6.20 \V. 126 foot to S. 7th
Street; thonco with last named street
and with lino of Lots 1 and 10 X.
88.40 E. 418 feet to the beginning.
Theso lots being part of Ibo lands
devised lo tho said Defendants under
tho will of John C. Cary.
All those lots of land, situate in
tho Stato of South Carolina, in the
County of Oconeo, and within or near
tho corporate limits of the Town of
Seneca, being designated as Lots 1
to f>, inclusive, In Block E, and bo
ing all of tho lots in said Block E,
and having tho following metes and
bounds, according lo a plat of the
Estate of John C. Cary, mndo by R.
E. Dalton, September, 1920: Begin
ning at a point, NW. corner of Lot
No. 1, also collier of S. Depot and S.
7th Streets, and running thenco with
S. Depot Street S. 6.20 E. 209 feet
to a point at SW. corner of Lot,No.
3; thenco along lines of Lots 3 aiu'.
4, N. 64.36 E. 422.2 foot to S. Whl
nut Streot; thenco with S. Walnut
Street N. 6.20 W. 04,6 foot to S. 7th
Street; thence with S. 7th Streot S.
83.4 0 W. -118 f/ot to tho beginning.
Theso lots being part of tho lands de
vised to us under the will of John
All those lots of land, situate in
ttofc) Slate uforo.nld. In the County Of
Oconeo, and in or nour tho corporate
Inuits of tho Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lois 1 to 10, inclusive,
in Block P, and being all of tho lots
in . thia block, according to plat of
tho lands of the Estate of John C.
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the following
motes nnd bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in lino of
Lot No. 16 and at tho corner of said
lot and of S. 6th Street and S..Wal
nut Street, and running thence with
line of last named street S. 6.20 E.
4LS foot to S. 7th Street; thence with
5. 7th Streot and lines of Lots 9 and
8, S. 83.40 W. 41 S feot to S. Dopot
Street; thence with S. Depot Streot
N. 6.20 W. 41S foot to S. 6th Stroot;
thence with S. 6th Stroot N. 83.40 E.
.US foot to the beginning. These lois
being part of the lands devised to
tho Defendants under the will of
John C. Cary.
All those lots of land situate in tho
Stato aforesaid, in tho, County of
Oconeo, in pr near tho corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, bo
ing designated as Lots 1 to 16, in
clusivo, in Block Q, and boing nil of
tho lots in this block, according lo
a plat of tho lands of tho Estato ot
John C. Cary, mndo by R. E. Dalton,
September, 1920, and having tho fol
lowing metes and bounds, as shown
by said plat: Boginning nt a point
In lino of Lot No. 16 and at tho cor
ner of said lot and of S. 6th and S,
Walnut Streets, and running thence
With lino of last named street S. 6.20
E. 418 feet to S. 6th Streot; thence
with S. 6th Street and linea of Lots
9 and 8 S. 83.4 0 W. 418 feet to S,
Depot Street; thenco with S. Dopot
Sticot N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 5th
Street; thenco with S. 5th Stroot N,
83.40 E. 418 foot to tho beginning,
Theso lots boing part of tho lands
devised to Defendants under tho will
of John C. Cary.
All those lots of land, situate, in
tho Stato aforesaid, in tho County o?
Oconeo, and in or near tho corporate
limits of the Town of Seneca, hoing
designated as Lots I to 16, inclusive,
in Block II, and boing all of tho lots
In this block, according to a plat of
the lands of tho Estato of John C.
Cary, mndo by H. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having tho following
metes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Boginning nt n point in lino of
Lot No. 16 nnd nt tho corner of said
lot and S. Uh Stroot and S. Walnut
Stroot, and running thonco with lino
of last namod streot S. 6.20 E. .418
feet to S. 5th Streot; thonco with S.
5th Streot nnd linos of Lots 9 nnd 8
S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S. Dopot
Streot; thonco with S. Dopot Stroot
N. 6.20 W. 418 foot to S. 4th Street;
thonco with S. 4th Streot N. 83.40 E.
4 18 foot to tho beginning. Theso lots
hoing part of tho lands devised to
tho Defendants under *he will of
John C. Cary.
All thoso lots of land situate In thc
Stato aforesaid, in tho County ol
Oconoo, In or near the corporate lim
its of tho Town of Soneca, being des
ignated as Lots 1 to 16, Inclusivo,
in Block I, and boing all ot tho lote
in this block, according to a plat ot
tho lands of tho Estate of John C.
Cary, made by lt. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the follawlug
motos and bounds, us shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point In line
of Dpt No. 1? and at tho corner ot
salcllot and of S. 4th Streot and S.
Cherry Streot, and running thence
with line oj. Inst named street Si 0.20
E. IIS foot to S. 5th Streot; thence
with S. 5th Street and linos of Lots
9 and 8 S. 83.40 W. 418 foot to S.
Walnut Streot; thence with S.'Wal
nut Streot N. G.20 W. 418 feet, to S.
4th Street; thonco with S. 4th Streot
N. 83.40 E. 418 feet to tho begin
ning. Tiloso lots being part of tho
lands devised to tho Dofendanta tin?
dor the will of John C. Cary.
All of thoso lots of land, sit?alo in
tho State aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconee, and in or nour tho.corporate
! limits of the Town of Seneca, being
I designated ns Lots 1 to 16, inclusive,
I ir. Block J, and boliiR all of tho lots
in this block, according to a plat of
tho lands of tho Estato of John C.
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the following
nietos and bounds, as shown hy said
plat: Beginning at a point in lino
of Lot No. 16 and nt tho cornor of
said lot and of S. 5th and S. Cherry
Streets, and running thonco willi lino
of last named street S. 6.20 E. 118
foet to S. 6th Stroet; thonco with S.
Otb Streot and linos of Lots 9 and 8,
S 83.40 W. 418 foot to S. Walnut
Streot; thonco with S. Walnut Street
N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to B. 5th Street;
thence With S. 5th Streot N. S3.40 E.
418 feet to beginning. These lots
being part of tho hinds devised to
Defendants under tho will of John C.
All thoso lots of land, situate in tho
Slate aforesaid, In tho County of
Oconee, and in or near tho corporate
limi'.s of tho Town ot' Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 10, inclu
sive, in Block K, and being ail of tho
lots in this block, according to a plat
of the lands of tho Estate of John C.
Cary, made by lt. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920. anil having the following
moles and hounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning nt a point in lino
of Lot No. 16 and at tho corner of
said lot and of S. 6th Streot and S.
Oherry Street, and running thonco
with line of last naniod street S, 6.20
E. 393 feet; thence with lino of Lot
|9, S. G4.30 \V. 73 feet; thonco with
i S. 7th Streot and linos of Lots 9 and
' 8, S. 83.4 0 W. 34 9 foot to S. Walnut
Street; thence N. 6.20 W. with Uno
of S. Walnut Street 418 foot to S.
6th Stroet; thonco with S. 6th Stroet
N. 83.40 E. 418 feet to beginning.
Thoso lots being part of tho lands
devised lo the Defendants under tho
will of John 0. Cary.
The above lots will bo sold in
blocks, according to plat of samo, and
tho plat will bo exhibited at tho salo.
Plat now on file in Master's Oiflco.
TERMS OF SADE - CASH. That
should any purchaser of said land
fall to comply with his h ttl within a
reasonable Hine, tin M a sr er shall vo
lad 1 the :,aiue I? p o h ih.< BUM? QT sonto
; subsequent Kalosdny, ai. the risk of
the former puroliasor, and ali a 11 con
tinue to ro-scll until tho purchaser
shall comply with his bid. That tho
purchaser at said sale be required, at
the time his bid is acceptod, lo de
posit with the Mastor ton per cont
(10%) of tho amount of his bid,
provided, howovor, that tho Plaintiff
may bid in said land without making
a deposit at tho time, since tho Plain
tiff lias n lien on said land; but tho
Plaintiff shall sottlo with tho Mastor
"as any other purchaser should mako
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. Wv O. WHITE,
Mastor for Oconeo County, S. C.
May 17, 1922. 20-22
SHERIFF'S SADES FOR TAXES.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo. . .
By virtue of tho powor contained
in a Warrant or Execution for delin
quent taxes, under tho band and
seal of tito County Treasurer for Oco
neo County, S. C., to mo diroctod, I
will offer for salo, In front of tho
Court House door, In Walhalla, S. C.,
to tho highest bidder, FOR CASH,
during tho legal hours of salo, on
Salosday in JUNE, 1922, hoing MON
DAY, Juno 5th, tho following de
scribed tracts of land, to wit:
(1) . A tract of 117 acres of land,
moro or less, in Tugaloo Township,
Oconee County, S. C., on tho wost
sido of Changa Creek, known as tba
homo place of T. G. Craig, and tho
sanio purchased hy him from W. E.
England. Sanio to bo sold as tho
property of T. G. Craig, defaulting
(2) . A tract of 18 acros, more or
less, in Seneca Township, County and
Slate aforesaid, adjoining lands of
M. M. Hunter, D. W. Daniels and
Others. Sanio to ho sold as the prop
erly of Milledgo Foster, defaulting
(3) . A trnct of 5 acros, moro or
less, in Center Township, County and
Stato aforesaid, adjoining lands ^of
W. H. Crawford, D. H. Marett and
others, and to bo sold as tho property
of P. M. Whitfield, defaulting tax
payer W. M. ALEXANDER,
Sheriff of Oconeo County, fl, C.
May 17, 1922. 20-22
Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
Notlco ls horeby given that, pur
suant to tho authority vostod In mo
hy Stotuto, I will offer for salo, in
front of tho Court House door, In
Walhalla. S, C., botwoen tho logal
hours of salo, on Salosday In JUNE,
1922, ono Essex Touring Car, Motor
No. 34597. Said car having boen
seizod while being usod for transpor
tation of intoxicating liquor, and by
reason of which it has been declared
forfeited to the Sta/o of South Caro
Terms of Salo--CASIH ON DAY
W. M. ALEXANDER,
Sheriff of Oconoo County, S. Cl,
May 17, 1922. 20-22 ?